Can somebody identify this object?

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PostWed Jul 28, 2010 7:30 pm » by Deckard666


This object puzzles me and I can't make anything out of it:

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It is an inch and a quarter in size, made out of metal with golden color. It was put into the belongings of a friend of mine so that he eventually find it. He says it could have been put there by a man he knows who he says is a freemason. But that is just a guess!!! Could be a wrong lead.

Has somebody ever come across such an object and knows what it's meaning is?

(it is pure "coincidence" that I cropped the original image which was over 750 pixels wide freehand and ended up with a picture that is 555 pixels wide ...)

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PostWed Jul 28, 2010 7:42 pm » by Kingdraco


just by chance,did you see this in a dream?

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PostWed Jul 28, 2010 7:50 pm » by lamonema


deckard666 wrote:This object puzzles me and I can't make anything out of it:

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It is an inch and a quarter in size, made out of metal with golden color. It was put into the belongings of a friend of mine so that he eventually find it. He says it could have been put there by a man he knows who he says is a freemason. But that is just a guess!!! Could be a wrong lead.

Has somebody ever come across such an object and knows what it's meaning is?

(it is pure "coincidence" that I cropped the original image which was over 750 pixels wide freehand and ended up with a picture that is 555 pixels wide ...)

Namaste,

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It could be a tag used by a cattle rancher or a farmer, to identify ones property. It is usually connected to the ear of cattle with a stainless steel rivet, kinda like an earing that we would use.

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PostWed Jul 28, 2010 8:02 pm » by Germanpils


what first came into my mind was this weird thingy...

its just an option...


the freemasons... i play with the picture a little bit, i think its too overinterpreted.

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PostWed Jul 28, 2010 8:05 pm » by Deckard666


concrete wrote:It must be pure 'coincidence' that I believe you are talking total arse.


The information you provided doesn't help anyone but your Ego.

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PostWed Jul 28, 2010 8:06 pm » by Deckard666


kingdraco wrote:just by chance,did you see this in a dream?


No it is a real object that a friend found. He made this drawing of it.

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PostWed Jul 28, 2010 8:29 pm » by Deckard666


concrete wrote:Maybe.
But, why did it take so long to post somethng?

Don't get me wrong. I'm just trying to figure out why you joined in october, yet waited till end of july to make a post.


I joined for the video portal. I really came across the forum part of Disclosure only some weeks before and I usually don't post if it not important.

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PostWed Jul 28, 2010 8:31 pm » by sockpuppet


A fancy domino?
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PostWed Jul 28, 2010 8:47 pm » by Dank1


i don't speak dumbfu@k and i don't understand it either!

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PostWed Jul 28, 2010 8:49 pm » by Allreadydead


It may be the tag from a generator!

TRIANGLE GENERATOR WITH INDEPENDENT SLOPE SETTING
The circuit is a triangle waveform generator that uses as few parts as possible.
A 555 timer IC, 2 resistors and two capacitors make the triangle wave.
The IC is connected in a 50% duty-cycle astable square-wave oscillator circuit.
The square-wave output is fed from pin 3 of the IC to an RC shaping circuit.

When the 555′s square-wave output goes high, C2 begins to charge through R2 and the voltage across C2 increases as long as the output remains high. When the IC’s output goes low again, C2 begins to discharge through R2 reducing the voltage C2 as long the output remains low. The resulting waveform accross C2 takes the shape of a triangle. The best waveform linearity is obtained when R2 and C2 are made as large as possible. With the component values shown, the peak-to-peak output is 0.5 V at a frequency of about 200 Hz.

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